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The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« on: November 26, 2010, 05:27:18 AM »
Don’t be daunted
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By Akile Simon


COMMISSIONER of Police Dwayne Gibbs yesterday urged a new batch of police officers to be relentless in their duties as the country grapples with a rise in criminal activity.

The Commissioner said on Tuesday that he hoped the sudden spike in murders was “an aberration”. There has been 31 murders in the last 10 days.

In a media release issued yesterday, the Police Service said for the month of November, officers arrested and charged 14 people in connection with 12 murders.

The release stated after “extensive, intensive and comprehensive work” the arrests were made and after consultation with the Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard the suspects were charged.

Addressing the new recruits, Gibbs said, the country was facing challenging times and police officers must stand firm in executing their duties in order to bring the situation under control.

Gibbs was addressing 60 police officers who graduated from Police Training Academy, in St James, after several months of training.

He said: “Make no mistake; policing today is very complex and challenging. Criminals today are schooled in carrying out acts of terror. They leave nothing to chance and will painstakingly analyse every aspect of your ability before they commit their acts of violence against you and those you are sworn to protect and serve.”

“As officers of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, you must be relentless in your pursuit to right the wrongs and protect and serve with pride, the men and women you have never met, and may never know.

The job you signed up for is not easy. There will be long nights. It demands focus, determination, and great bravery in the face of unknown dangers,” Gibbs told the officers.

He also added that there is no place for complacency and mediocrity within the service and warned the officers that they must exercise extreme caution with the authority vested upon them, and they should never overstep their boundaries.

“Your integrity must be maintained at all cost. Police officers are in a position of public trust... a trust that, if broken, will create an atmosphere of hostility between the police and the public.

You must remain professional in all that you do and forever be committed to the highest level of standards within the service,” Gibbs said.

Gibbs told the officers that too often, police officers conveniently forgot why they joined an organisation that is under constant scrutiny.

“Everyone is a photographer and a producer with a cellphone. Be careful how you conduct yourself as you are a reflection of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. Your behaviour must always be above reproach and must exhibit high ethical stands.”

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2010, 12:51:22 PM »
I think this guy will try his best to clean up the police service....anyhow.


COPS IN TROUBLE
By Akile Simon akile.simon@trinidadexpress.com
Story Created: Nov 26, 2010 at 12:28 AM ECT
Story Updated: Nov 26, 2010 at 3:32 AM ECT
POLICE probing the murder of Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago employee Kenny Goddard have unearthed a corrupt practice involving three of their colleagues and a TSTT employee, who were providing security for work crews in high risk areas.
Three police officers assigned to the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) are now facing criminal and disciplinary charges.
Two of the officers, who are constables, were performing unauthorised “extra duties”, investigators said, near Peake’s gas station in Cocorite on Sunday, but fled the scene after Goddard, 38, of Goya Street, El Dorado was shot and killed by a gunman.
Investigators described the killing as a hit and TSTT has offered a reward of $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killers.
Sources said the officers, who were not close to the work site when the shooting incident occurred, reportedly fled the scene moments after, even before police responded to the report and did not pursue the suspect or the getaway car.
The two officers, who performed a similar duty the day before dressed in police uniform, were this time dressed in civilian clothing and were in an unmarked vehicle belonging to TSTT, investigators said.
The other officer, a sergeant, has been identified as the third person who allowed the officers to perform the illegal duties in collaboration with a senior TSTT employee.
Police sources yesterday told the Express that even though there was no official record in any police diary or register stating that the officers had been given approval to perform guard duties, investigators were able identify the two officers who fled the scene after Goddard was shot.
One police source said that TSTT’s management was not aware that a TSTT employee worked-hand-in-hand with the sergeant to provide armed police officers to perform guard duties for pay.
Contacted last evening for a comment in relation to the latest allegations, TSTT's Head of Public Relations and External Affairs Camille Salandy said that the company was “working very closely with the police” in its investigation and at the appropriate time, once clearance is given from the police, TSTT would issue a full statement.
On Tuesday, TSTT's Vice President of Human Resources and Administration, Edghill Messiah, said there was no breach of protocol in the hiring of police officers to protect the 14-man crew at Cocorite.
“The officers were procured through official channels, as is our prescribed procedure in these situations whenever we have to work like this,” Messiah said.
“We made an approach to the police and we will tell them the nature of work we're doing and the number of staff that will be there and the police will then say how many officers they think should be at the scene. In this instance we did just that and two officers were sent.”
He said the officers were also there on Saturday in police in full uniform were on duty when the crew began the job, but said he did not know why they were not also in uniform on Sunday.
“We cannot say at this point why they were not in uniform on the Sunday but we know that they were there,” he said.
However, a senior police source said: “Based on what we have gathered so far, the company’s management had absolutely no idea as to what was taking place at a lower level in the company. It appears to be a direct connection with a particular TSTT employee and one of the officers, to perform the unauthorised duties,” the source said.
The Express was reliably informed that the IATF officers, who had been conducting similar duties with TSTT, had their own receipt books and would issue receipts to TSTT, purportedly to be on behalf of the Police Service, for payment.
Officers attached to the Western Division have stood their ground that they never received an official request from TSTT for guard duties last weekend.
“The monies were never paid at the Western Division’s headquarters at the St James Police Station, simply because the requests never came to the division, as it should have. This thing was being done under the table and the employee would directly contact the sergeant, who would send the constables to perform the duties,” the senior police source said.
“This has been happening long time now. Finally the law has caught up them... Let’s see them get away from this one because they failed to even respond to the crime and that’s a serious offence,” a police source at the IATF told the Express.
Goddard is expected to be laid to rest later today after a funeral service at the Tranquility Methodist Church, Tragarete Road in Port of Spain.

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2010, 06:50:32 PM »
Yuh doh bring in that level of expertise and  pay that sum of money and doh expect results? Remember the clause in the contract........ Right now my retirement plans  for coming back home is on hold. Ah have faoith in these men else ah destined  to keep meh arse in this blasted cold!

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #3 on: November 28, 2010, 06:13:12 AM »
US$10,000 for info on 'snitch'
Beetham gang offers reward:
By by Akile Simon


COMMISSIONER of Police Dwayne Gibbs yesterday described allegations that a Beetham gang has offered a $US10,000 reward for information regarding a recent police raid which yielded a deadly rifle used by the United States army, as a very frightening scenario.

On November 5, officers of the North Eastern Division Task Force, acting on information, went to an open yard at Hell Yard Beetham, where they dug up a deadly M4 Colt rifle; 400 rounds of 5.56 and 7.62 calibre ammunition, which are used in Galil, SLR and AK-47 rifles; three bulletproof vests, one of them belonging to an officer employed with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service; a camouflage kit, a telescope for the M4 Colt rifle and 500 grammes of Jamaican compressed marijuana.

The rifle is specifically made for the United States Army and was the number one weapon used by the US in its wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Colombia, police said.

Officers expressed shock at the discovery of such a deadly weapon, saying it was the first of its kind they had ever seen in the country.

Police told the Sunday Express that before the discovery of the items, they had arrested a well-known gangster from Beetham Gardens, who was later released and placed under constant surveillance, which eventually led them to the deadly stash.

During a brief telephone interview yesterday, Commissioner Gibbs said if the allegations are true, he remains very concerned on such a stance taken by criminals in order to further their nefarious activities.

"If they are offering rewards like that, well it's something that I would want to investigate very quickly. Certainly rewards are offered for various reasons and it's for their (criminals) purpose to commit other illegal acts and certainly I would want to look into it very quickly.

"What disturbs me is the fact that, if they are offering that type of reward, they got it to publish that or put that out there, that should give us a starting point to look into it more," Gibbs said.

Last week, the Sunday Express received reliable information from a source at Beetham that the reward was offered in exchange for information leading to the person(s) who would have directed police to the illegal stash. Police sources have also confirmed that they too heard of the reward, which was very alarming in their fight against crime. Officers said such actions could have serious consequences since the leader of the gang is indicating that he will kill the person(s) who may have given the information to police.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #4 on: November 28, 2010, 05:38:15 PM »
 :D this go be an active chread

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #5 on: November 28, 2010, 05:48:11 PM »
"For those of you who rationalise your illegal activities as 'eeding  a food' you may find yourself eeding a food behind bars" -C.o.P Dwayne Gibbs last Friday at media briefing to discuss weed eater exercises.


I nearly pass out  :rotfl:
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #6 on: November 28, 2010, 06:20:21 PM »
"For those of you who rationalise you illegal activities as 'eeding  a food' you may find yourself eeding a food behind bars" -C.o.P Dwayne Gibbs last Friday at media briefing to discuss weed eater exercises.


I nearly pass out  :rotfl:

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #7 on: November 29, 2010, 07:42:39 AM »
"For those of you who rationalise your illegal activities as 'eeding  a food' you may find yourself eeding a food behind bars" -C.o.P Dwayne Gibbs last Friday at media briefing to discuss weed eater exercises.


I nearly pass out  :rotfl:

De man learnin fass......he must be did have de rank and file rollin wit da one.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #8 on: December 01, 2010, 05:51:28 AM »

UNHAPPY with current anti-crime plans which have failed to arrest the worrying spate of serious crimes, a no-nonsense Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday instructed the top brass of the Police Service, led by Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs, to come up with at least five new strategies, never used before, to tackle crime.

“These same old same old anti-crime initiatives do not appear to be working and I am now asking that each of you here come up with five new strategies never used before to deal effectively with crime and for the betterment of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service,” Persad-Bissessar instructed.

Police sources said many officers in the top brass including Gibbs appeared stumped after being given the new instruction. This assignment has to be completed before the next National Security Council (chaired by Persad-Bissessar) meeting is held at year’s end.

Newsday understands that at the meeting, which lasted about an hour and 45 minutes, on the Fifth Floor of Police Administration Building, Sackville Street in Port-of-Spain, the Prime Minister told officers that Government would supply the police service with all the tools and resources necessary to fight crime. However, she stressed that she expects results and that the public, under attack by criminals, also expect the same.

She said the fight against crime was not only the responsibility of the police, but a combined responsibility between the TTPS, Government and the public, and as such she expects a better relationship between the three.

“The commissioner had said on the last occasion that we will go hard on the criminals and we will indeed be going hard on them. Everyone here has agreed to partner together to really stem the flow of crime in the country and with the new strategies discussed, we will be expecting to see a higher visibility of police officers soon,” Persad-Bissessar told reporters.

Asked about her thoughts on the performance of Canadian-born Gibbs, Persad-Bissessar merely smiled saying that while she was not disappointed, she believed there was always room for improvement, for the commissioner and all members of her staff, including herself.

Gibbs described the meeting as fruitful and the police are ready to implement several strategies to combat crime in the short, medium and long term.

Colonel Albert Griffith, interim head of the Special Anti-Crime Unit of T and T (SAUTT) said every resource and every member of staff under his control would be at the full disposal of the Police Commissioner. He said SAUTT would continue to make sure there is as little room as possible for criminals to manoeuvre.

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Put aside the obvious partisan overtones of this and focus on the fact that there was no new plan since May and there still isn't one. 'Same old ,same old' kind of tactic too. A big show for the media to appear active and engaged. Joseph and Manning were not given the latitude to defer responsibility in this way.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #9 on: December 01, 2010, 07:00:53 AM »
As they say I nearly fall of meh chair when I hear she goin and ask Gibbs 4 he crime plan. I vaguely emphasis on vaguely rememner something bout a crime plan in d PP manifesto.

I say Gibbs came to implement d gr8 PP PLAN. But then again once Martin left dat was a key part ah d plan. So we well on our way.
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Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2010, 12:35:45 PM »
SIA Back in Business


THE Security Intelligence Agency (SIA), the unit which has come under severe criticisms and scrutiny for reports of wire-tapping phones of law abiding citizens, has been given the green light to continue its operations, Commissioner of Police Dwayne Gibbs said yesterday.

However, Gibbs said the police's investigation into the agency was over.

The SIA, he said, was temporarily shut down for a few days during their investigation.


He noted, though, that until the Interception of Communications Bill was proclaimed law, the unit will not be able to continue wire-tapping phones and intercepting emails and text messages of citizens.

Speaking with reporters outside the West End Police Station yesterday, Gibbs said no criminal or other charges would be laid against officials at the agency, therefore, they have been allowed to continue their work.

"We are not expecting this (charges) to be laid. We have done our investigations and we have moved on and we are allowing the people to move on," Gibbs said.

Questioned on what his investigations into the spy agency revealed, Gibbs said, "You have heard what the investigations have revealed. Our Prime Minister (Kamla Persad-Bissessar) has publicised that through the news."

Asked about the involvement of the Criminal Intelligence Unit (CIU), an agency under the Police Service which has also been spying on citizens' telephone conversations, Gibbs refused to give a definite answer.

He said it was the work of CIU and other intelligence agencies, which leads the police on several exercises, which yield positive results.

"It (CIU) helps us to be able to narrow down and say, 'these are our targets here, these are the hot spots.' These are the areas that we need to work on criminally, .. they put those pieces together for us.

"And again, I won't either confirm or deny what they (CIU) do, they do their intelligence gathering, and how they do it is something that is not open to the public," Gibbs said.

Gibbs said interception of communication is a vital tool in the fight against crime, adding such methods must be employed when other avenues have failed.

"Those (interception) are police tactics; those are Government tactics in terms of dealing with criminal activities, security activities," he said.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2010, 02:27:23 PM »
So he was hired and given millions of dollars without even having a crime plan before?? Not capable i tell you

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Re: Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2010, 04:50:48 PM »
Not one charge , hmmm.

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Re: Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #13 on: December 01, 2010, 05:03:47 PM »
Not one charge , hmmm.


Exactly. Even though some persons were telling me that from the outset. So this  was what? Something to give the interception of communication bill some leverage? A massive pappy show? What?
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Re: Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #14 on: December 01, 2010, 05:12:59 PM »
Not one charge , hmmm.


Exactly. Even though some persons were telling me that from the outset. So this  was what? Something to give the interception of communication bill some leverage? A massive pappy show? What?
Demonise Manning even further and stave off public criticism.
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Re: Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #15 on: December 01, 2010, 05:51:10 PM »
The bill make everything  now more "transparent" and legal.

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #16 on: December 01, 2010, 09:37:04 PM »
So he was hired and given millions of dollars without even having a crime plan before?? Not capable i tell you

D man read d manifesto and came 2 implement d PLAN. When he reach he learn it eh have none.
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Re: Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #17 on: December 01, 2010, 09:39:45 PM »
The bill make everything  now more "transparent" and legal.

Legal spying vs illegal spying but still spying.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #18 on: December 09, 2010, 04:58:26 AM »
PM's MIX-UP
It's not Gibbs: Office of the Prime Minister amends statement on who's in charge of the SIA
By Akile Simon


The Office of the Prime Minister stated yesterday that Commissioner of Police Dwayne Gibbs does not have sole control over the controversial Security Intelligence Agency (SIA). Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar sought to clarify the issue surrounding who had control of the agency, hours after the Express published an exclusive story yesterday, in which Gibbs denied a statement made on Monday by Persad-Bissessar, that he (Gibbs) had sole jurisdiction of the agency.

The unit, Persad-Bissessar's office said, is a State agency and reports to the Ministry of National Security and the National Security Council (NSC), which is chaired by Persad-Bissessar. The Prime Minister's first statement on Monday had come in response to a Sunday Express story, in which a senior Government official stated that Persad-Bissessar, in her capacity as chairman of the NSC, had the SIA files at some point. Persad-Bissessar's latest statement, her office said, is meant to "clarify and amend" Monday's statement in which it stated that the SIA was under the sole jurisdiction of Commissioner of Police Dwayne Gibbs.

The Prime Minister's latest statement reads:

The Office of the Prime Minister wishes to clarify the issue arising in recent media reports as to which State body has oversight over the Security Intelligence Agency (SIA). In a previous statement from the Office of the Prime Minister, dated Monday, December 6, 2010, it was stated that:

"Regarding the SIA and the recent investigations into this unit, the Office of the Prime Minister wishes to stress that the Commissioner of Police had—and continues to have—sole and exclusive jurisdiction and control over the SIA and all matters concerning investigations into its recent operations fall exclusively under the ambit and purview of the Commissioner of Police."

This was issued in light of media reports alleging that the Prime Minister was in possession of files seized by the police in the recent investigations into the SIA, which at the time, was an illegal unit.

The Office of the Prime Minister notes that the aforementioned statement inadvertently gave the media the wrong impression that the SIA falls under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Police.

To clarify and amend this statement and to set the record straight, the Office of the Prime Minister wishes to state that it should have read that:

"Regarding the SIA and the recent investigations into this unit, the Office of the Prime Minister wishes to stress that the Commissioner of Police had—and continues to have—sole and exclusive jurisdiction and control over the SIA in this regard and all matters concerning investigations into its recent operations fall exclusively under the ambit and purview of the Commissioner of Police."

The Office of the Prime Minister wishes to therefore state that while the Commissioner of Police had sole jurisdiction of the SIA regarding the recent investigations into the unit, the SIA does not fall under the ambit of the Commissioner of Police.

There was no legislative framework to regulate and govern the operations of the SIA. This is in part what prompted the police investigations and present Cabinet directed audit into the operations of this entity.

This prompted the People's Partnership Government to bring the Interception of Communications Bill to the Parliament which was passed by unanimous vote in both the Lower House and the Senate last week.

The legislation specifies the legal entities which are now authorised to intercept communication. The three offices that are authorised to conduct interception are the Commissioner of Police, the Chief of the Defence Staff and the Director of the Strategic Services Agency (SSA).

The SIA is not included among these institutions and therefore is not empowered to intercept communications. The Government is in the process of streamlining and rationalising the various intelligence agencies of the State and the SIA is therefore in the process of merging with the SSA. The SSA is governed by legislation and is now authorised to lawfully intercept communications.

In the interim, the SIA, like all other protective institutions of the State, reports to the Ministry of National Security and the National Security Council.

Save and except that the Honourable Prime Minister received information from the Office of the Commissioner of Police regarding names, telephone numbers and email addresses of some of the persons who were the subject of interception by the SIA, the Office of the Prime Minister wishes to reiterate that, as previously stated, it does not, nor has it ever been, in possession of any intercepted communication by the SIA and all allegations otherwise are false, misleading and erroneous.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #19 on: December 09, 2010, 06:54:48 AM »
It is very unusual for the Office of the Prime Minister to make mistakes like that.

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Re: Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #20 on: December 09, 2010, 07:23:13 AM »
Not one charge , hmmm.


Exactly. Even though some persons were telling me that from the outset. So this  was what? Something to give the interception of communication bill some leverage? A massive pappy show? What?

To distract we from the Fazeer firestorm that was rolling through......
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Or yuh shoes burst off,
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Dingolay, ay, ay, ay ay,
Dingolay ay, ay, ay..."

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Re: Gibbs: Probe over, SIA back in business
« Reply #21 on: December 09, 2010, 07:36:36 AM »
Not one charge , hmmm.


Exactly. Even though some persons were telling me that from the outset. So this  was what? Something to give the interception of communication bill some leverage? A massive pappy show? What?

To distract we from the Fazeer firestorm that was rolling through......


Worked quite well ent?


It is very unusual for the Office of the Prime Minister to make mistakes like that.

Probably the same people who did the campaign promises. Misprint seems to be their modus operandi.

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #22 on: December 09, 2010, 08:40:58 AM »
I confused   ??? ???
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #23 on: December 09, 2010, 08:47:29 AM »
I confused   ??? ???

Mission Accomplished then.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #24 on: December 09, 2010, 09:07:19 AM »
"...If yuh clothes tear up
Or yuh shoes burst off,
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #25 on: December 09, 2010, 12:36:10 PM »
I confused   ??? ???

At least u eh home tink bout we who here and have 2 deal wit dis state of confusion.
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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #26 on: December 09, 2010, 12:42:08 PM »
I confused   ??? ???

Mission Accomplished then.

Lol, ent?  Dem people playing smart with foolishness.  How hard is it to say that the CoP has sole responsibility for all investigations related to the SIA??  By using 'sole jurisdiction' they either deliberately, or conveniently created confusion over who has jurisdiction over the SIA... and still refuse to shed absolute clarity on the matter.

Watch Gibbs get heng out tuh dry when all is said and done.

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #27 on: December 12, 2010, 08:31:26 PM »
In these times, of heavy crime calls for a 'heavy handed' approach.  Have those in authority ever considered :

random 'lockdowns' of all areas in TnT. Bring in the army, coast guard, police and set up dragnets, shut down all internet, cellular use at different times and move through areas at undisclosed times until we keep these criminal elements on edge.

There appears to be a preponderance and abuse of 'civil liberties' that is rampant. The callousness at which people could abuse and treat others" witness the recent death of a police officer who attempted to reprimand a man for urinating in public; witness the parking mayhem along the Eastern Main rd.... big trucks, and vehicles of all sorts simply stopping and parking on an already congested roadway. What we accept as simply a way of doing things may have lead to even greater disregard for how we live and treat each other. This wanton disregard for human life, for property, for highly moral values have to change.

Time to clean out all departments of security from the top down to the streets. If daily armed army patrols have to be on the streets in every area and every district of TnT, then so be it. I remember one year I came back and was surprised to see armed militia patrolling the streets...but say what, if it would be a deterrent to crime then time to bring on real force!!!!!

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #28 on: December 14, 2010, 11:05:02 AM »
As of right now Dwayne Gibbs appears as "a waste of money"

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Re: The Dwayne Gibbs Thread.
« Reply #29 on: December 14, 2010, 02:58:09 PM »
As of right now Dwayne Gibbs appears as "a waste of money"

The entire government seems to be a waste...don't you agree?